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Shiv Sena slams PM’s ‘Skill India’ programme

The government would not even have the figures of those imparted training under the'Skill India' programme and those who later got the employment, the party claimed

Mumbai: The Shiv Sena today lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious Skill India programme, saying his promise to create one crore a year has failed to employ even 1000 people.

“While the PM promised one crore every year, not even 1,000 actually got and on the contrary, even those employed became jobless,”the Sena alleged in an editorial in party mouthpiece Saamana.

“On one hand, the prime minister talks about ‘Skill India’ and spends Rs 10 to 20 crore on advertisements for his Mann ki Baat programme, on the other hand, those who have received skills are being turned away from jobs,” it said.

An ally of the NDA government at the Centre and the BJP-led government in Maharashtra, Sena blamed in its mouthpiece Saaman that the programmes such as Skill India and Start Up India are like vehicles without wheels.

It wanted to know what kind of Skill India programme the government was promoting by making people slog in the name of apprenticeship and showing them the door, after giving them a mere certificate of completion of the course.

“The government must not even be having the figures of the number of people who were imparted skills and given in the last four years,” said the Shiv Sena.

Sena charged that he government would not even have the figures of those imparted training under the Skill India programme and those who later got the employment.

Hundreds of railway apprentices and other demanding in the Railways held protests yesterday on the tracks between Matunga and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) stations, forcing cancellation of 68 trains and leaving thousands of commuters in the lurch for almost four hours.

The agitators, mostly railway apprentices, were seeking permanent in the railways and scrapping of the 20% cap on hiring apprentices.

Taking a jibe at the Centre over its high-cost projects, the saffron ally said, “The bullet trains are for the rich. These protesting are sons and daughters of the poor.”

“Like the Army built the Elphinstone railway bridge, the Army will also solve the questions raised by while the government will keep sitting and do nothing,” the Sena lashed out.

Following the death of 23 people in a stampede at the suburban Elphinstone Road railway station, a new foot-over-bridge (FOB), constructed by the Army, was thrown open to the public in last month.

 

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